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19
Oct

Knowing Your Open Enrollment Options In 2018

Here are some important reminders to help guide you through the 2018 Open Enrollment process. You may have recently received a letter from your health insurance carrier about the 2018 year. If the letter was confusing, don’t worry—a licensed Benefits Counselor will help you navigate your health insurance elections for the 2018 coverage year. Need …

19
Oct

What You Need For Open Enrollment 2018

Open Enrollment 2018 is just around the corner and for many, this is the only time to secure health insurance coverage for you and your dependents. Since the beginning of the Affordable Care Act, the term Open Enrollment refers to the specific period of time each year when an individual can enroll in, or switch, …

27
Oct

Don’t Wait Until the Health Insurance Deadline to Apply

  You have a busy life and, like the rest of us, you probably put off many tasks until the last minute. Maybe you have a calendar to try to stay organized and make sure everything gets done on time, but some things fall through the cracks. Don’t let health insurance be one of those …

12
Oct

Health Insurance Terms

Understanding Health Insurance Terms Coinsurance: Coinsurance is your share of the costs of a covered health care service calculated as a percent (for example, 20 percent) of the allowed amount for the service. You pay coinsurance plus any deductibles you still owe for a covered health service. Premium: A premium is the amount of money ...
5
Oct

All Your Open Enrollment Questions Answered!

Frequently Asked Questions Q: How is the FHBA Private Health Exchange different than healthcare.gov? A: Applying through the FHBA Private Health Exchange allows for you to shop and compare all of the carriers in the private market at once and provides you with the advice of a licensed Benefits Counselor that has your individual needs in ...